Teens strongly prefer iOS for their next smartphone purchase, according to data from Piper Jaffray’s semi-annual report on teen consumers.
A little under 60 percent of teens reported that iOS would be the operating system on their next smartphone, while only 21 percent intended to buy an Android phone.
This corroborates data from comScore last year that found young Americans are increasingly turning to iPhones as their smartphone of choice.
More than 90 percent of the teens surveyed expected their next phone to be a smartphone.
For now, teen smartphone penetration lags the U.S. average. As we discuss in our report on teen mobile habits, teen smartphone penetration was 47…
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